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June 13, 2011 Is LEED the Gold Standard in Green?Source: Miller-McCune
It is telling that the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Ky., wants the design of a biblical theme park that will showcase a 500-foot-long replica of Noah’s Ark to qualify for certification by the Leadership in Energy and...
June 13, 2011 Delaware energy: Savings for wind power expected to dropSource: Delawareonline
When a Delmarva Power customer pays more for the utility to buy wind power, what is it they're actually buying? The answer explains why Delmarva customers will be saving a little less money this summer than the company originally...
June 13, 2011 Green jobs success eludes President ObamaSource: Politico
President Barack Obama heads to an energy plant in North Carolina on Monday to talk once again about the job-creating power of a green economy. The catch? Nearly three years into Obama's presidency, the White House can't point...
June 10, 2011 Nevada gets green energy boostSource: UPI
Nevada is set to receive millions of dollars from the U.S. Department of Energy to help build a 121 megawatt geothermal energy project, officials announced.
June 10, 2011 General Motors boss calls for green fuel taxSource: Business Green
Akerson's message flies in the face of data presented by Ceres, a coalition of investors and environmental organisations tackling sustainability issues. The report, entitled Fuel Economy Focus: Perspectives ...
Source: NY Times
The debate over whether the stimulus created jobs is heated and endless, with lawmakers continuously arguing the merits of economic projections and clean energy investments.But one thing is clear: As federal agencies run out of...
June 1, 2011 Germany embarks on a green energy revolutionSource: Global Post
BERLIN, Germany — As a trained physicist, Angela Merkel knows the calculated risks of nuclear power better than most politicians. To the physicist, Germany’s 17 atomic reactors are no more dangerous after Japan’s Fukushima...
May 26, 2011 California leads in growing wind industrySource: Signon SanDiego
The wind-power industry that began in California 30 years ago with the pioneering wind farms of the Altamont, Tehachapi and San Gorgonio passes is ready to play a significant role in the nation’s energy portfolio.
May 26, 2011 Proctor & Gamble - greening up logisticsSource: The Guardian
With 140 manufacturing plants in 43 countries and a fleet of 30,000 trucks delivering to 4 billion customers, Proctor & Gamble controls a complex transport network with a giant environmental as well geographic footprint.
May 25, 2011 Obama orders US agencies to buy green vehiclesSource: AFP
WASHINGTON — The US administration will only buy vehicles using alternative energy sources to equip its fleet by the end of 2015, President Barack Obama announced Tuesday. The timeline is part of Obama's plan to cut US oil...
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